- The Prices in Green are the estimated values of the Item.
- Anything Underlined is a Link to a picture of that item.
- Back From the Dead
Comments: Blaze’s first shirt dropped
during Twiztid’s Rock the Dead tour, and sports the album cover on the front
and “Back From the Dead” w/ three bullet holes on the back.
- Blaze Flaming Logo
Versions: 1) Red/Yellow
Comments: These two shirts debuted on
the Bizzar Bizaar Tour, and were also sold on the Freek Show Tour, promoting
Blaze’s “1 Less G” album.
- Blaze Full Body
Comments: This shirt was first available
at the Gathering 2001, and was sold online and at shows thereafter.
- Blaze Bloody Fingers/EastSide
Comments: This shirt also debuted at the
Gathering 2001, and was sold online and at shows.
- Blaze “Casket”
Comments: This was the first shirt released
after the release of Blaze’s new CD. It started to be sold at Comic Cons,
and then became a staple of the Web Store.
- Blaze/ABK “1 Less G”
Versions: 1) Blaze/ABK
w/ Blood $20+
Comments: #1 would be Blaze’s first Mall
shirt, and the first piece of merch with Anybody Killa on it. It was available
at Hot Topic. #2, I have heard, was available at Spenser’s Gifts. There is
nothing on the back, and the picture on the front is much bigger, and it shows
- Blaze Mirror Mirror Tour
Versions: 1) First
Leg (March 8 – April 21, 2002) $25+
Leg (March 8 – June 30, 2002) $20+
Comments: Blaze’s first tour shirt. And
it’s a sweet one at that. And per usual, we had two different shirts because
of an extended run of dates.
- Blaze Ya Dead Homie
Comments: This shirt also debuted on the
Mirror Mirror Tour, but it never made it to the Web Store or other places
where many people could pick it up.
- Blaze and ABK $20+
Comments: This shirt debuted on the Web
Store in mid-2002, but never made it to the MM Tour I don’t believe.
- Blaze Gravestone
Comments: Your Dead Homie is back, and
better than ever. This shirt debuted on the web store in November of 2002,
and then appeared on his solo tour.
- Blaze Raiders Logo $20+
Comments: It’s about time they incorporated
the Raider Nation logo with Big Blaze. This shirt debuted at the first show
of his solo tour in February of 2003, while the White version debuted at the
- Blaze Raiders Embroidered
Comments: This shirt also debuted on Blaze’s
solo tour, and carried over to his tour with Esham and Bone. Eventually, it
made its way to the Web Store for all to enjoy.
- Blaze Tour $20+
Dates: February 19 – March 15, 2003
Comments: Blaze gets his own tour, and
boom.. he gets his own tour shirt. All long overdue, if I might add. Anyways,
odd about this shirt is that it doesn’t have all of the dates, as it cuts
off the last few.. and it wasn’t available right away on tour. Regardless,
it’s still the Blaze Tour shirt.
- Blaze Clock
Versions: 1) Yellow
Clock Logo $30+
Clock Logo $30+
Clock Logo $20+
Comments: The Clock has been a part of
Blaze’s persona for quite a while, and now it is immortalized on its own shirt.
The yellow shirt debuted at the Gathering 2003, sold out real quick, and has
not been sold since. Blaze came back for Fright Fest 2003, and the Black version
of this shirt came with him. I have heard it glows in the dark, so get your
Blaze Dance on in the dark. The Blue version debuted out on tour in 2006,
and then came to the Web Store.
- Blaze “RIP” $25+
Comments: The Gathering 2003 brought a
close to Blaze Ya Dead Homie as we know him, and this shirt drives the point
home. It’s a tombstone with “Blaze ya Dead Homie: RIP 2003” on it. Sad indeed.
This also sold out fairly quickly.
- Blaze Action Figure
Comments: Blaze Blaze… always coming
out with the hotness. This shirt was sold at the Fright Fest of 2003, and
features Blaze Ya Dead Homie as he would be in action figure form. The back
simply reads, “Don’t Fuck Wit The Dead.” Epic.
- Deadfolx $20+
Comments: We’re into the era of Colton
Grundy here, and this is one of the first shirts from Tha Undying. It debuted
on TwiztidShop.com in February of 2004, and as you can see, there is a graphic
on the sleeve. Nifty.
- Colton Grundy “Coffin”
Comments: Another of the gimmick-changing
shirts, this shirt rose from the ashes of TwiztidShop.com in the second month
of 2004. I’ve heard of these having and not having the “Blaze” on the sleeve,
so take that for what it is worth.
- Colton Grundy Logo
Comments:The second wave of Colton merch
on TwiztidShop.com brought this shirt. As you can see, it has the new Grundy
logo on the front, and the old Blaze logo stretched across the bottom back.
- Grundy Tha Undying
Comments: Whoa, is this what Blaze is
looking like nowadays? Real weird. Anyways, this shirt also debuted on TShop.com
in February of 2004, and was enjoyed by all little Grundyalos worldwide.
- “Bad Man Down”
Comments: You simply cannot keep a bad
man down. You also can’t keep Your Dead Homie down for very long. This shirt
debuted on HatchetGear.com (not TwiztidShop, which is odd) in late March of
- Trucker Hat
Comments: Blaze sporting the white trash
look here. This shirt appeared on HatchetGear.com in April of 2004, and is
the latest in the long line of new Colton merch.
- Rise From Your Grave
Comments: This shirt is very similar to
the red Fright Fest 2003 Action Figure shirt. Notice that the back graphic
is along the bottom of the back, not between the shoulderblades.
- Talez From the 40 oz
Comments: This newest Blaze shirt debuted
on HG.com in April of 2004 to promote the Colton Grundy CD.
- Tribal Logo $20+
Comments: This shirt debuted on the Dark
Lotus Tour, of which Blaze was on, obviously, and then made its way onto the
Web Store. The front is the new style logo, while the back is the infamous
Hurricane Hatchetman. At the Gathering 2004, the Green/Grey version debuted,
and all Blaze fans were happy.
- Blaze ’04 $20+
Comments: This shirt debuted at the Gathering
of the Grundy-alos 2004. It features a large picture of Blaze, like that of
the one on his Alleyway Poster. and the Blaze 04 on the back.
- “Scream” $20+
Comments: This shirt debuted in October
of 2004, right before Blaze’s new CD debuted. He’s screaming, thus the name.
- Colton Grundy
Ya Dead Homie $20+
Comments: This shirt also debuted on HG.com
before his CD came out. This is one of those cases where they kind of mix
up the Blaze and the Grundy gimmicks into one item. They’re just trying to
confuse you… don’t let it work!.
- “I’m Dead” $20+
Comments: Blaze is dead, and hey, this
shirt tell you. It came out right before Colton Grundy Tha Undying debuted
in October of 2004, and it’s been a hot seller since.
- The G $20+
Comments: Blaze is a G, and you will be
too, if you wear this shirt. It debuted on the Web Store in late-October of
2004, with matching knit hat and jersey.
- Get Shook $20+
Comments: This black shirt appeared at
FrightFest in Mass., and I can only assume it was on the rest of the tour
as well. It also then popped up on HatchetGear.com in December.
- Blaze: Tha Undying
Comments: This hot red shirt also came
out at FrightFizle, and again, as above, was sold throughout the Bootleg Banner
Tour, and then on the Web Store.
- Dead Pimp $20+
Comments: Blaze is dead, and a pimp, so
the shirt is a natural winner. It came out on the Web Store in December of
2004, and the design was drawn by one of the winners of the Blaze Art Contest
on Blaze’s website.
- Grave Crawlin
Comments: Another graphic submitted to
Blaze’s art contest makes it to a shirt in December of 2004. Note the older
logo on the back, making a strong comeback.
- Crossed Shovels
Comments: Blaze fans are pretty happy
(and broke) with the slew of new merch in the ’04. This shirt brings us a
few new logos, and we all rejoice.
- Blaze Ya Dead Santa
Comments: Pure genius. Put Blaze in a
Santa suit, and this is what you get. Quite the holiday classic to top off
your Year of the Grundy.
- Madman $20+
Comments: March of 2005 brought us this
new Blaze shirt, months after his CD dropped. We can never have too much Blaze
merch, so no one is complaining.
- Shotgun Shotgun
Comments: This shirt also came out in
March of 2005. Interesting note that this logo was designed by “The Threat”
Anth0ny Rivera of the PT Message Board. Good job!
- Splaaah! $20+
Comments: Splaaah! Yeah.. that’s the name
of the shirt. I don’t make this shit up. It came out in March of 2005 and…
yeah, I dunno.
- The Thug I Be $40+
Comments: Here’s one of those deals that
is a mystery. I believe… this was sold at a handful of Psy. All Star Tour
shows, but very very few of them are actually floating around out there. This
could be one of the hardest Blaze shirts to come across.
- Ya Dead Homie 2005
Comments: Hot Topic got some Blaze love
in late May of 2005 with this Dead Homie shirt. Not the most detailed shirt
ever, but hey… it’s still Blaze.
- Flame Logo / Ya Dead Homie 2005 $20+
Comments: What is old is new again. They
brought back the old Flame logo in June of 2005 for the red/yellow, but added
the new back. At the Gathering that year, the Blue number debuted.
- The Blue Bomber
Comments: This shirt also came out in
early June of the 05. Other than the Blue on Blueness, I am unsure of where
the name for this shirt came from.
- Grundy Has Returned
Comments: Colton Grundy has indeed returned….
to Hot Topic, where this shirt debuted in late June of 2005.
Comments: The Gathering 2005 gave us this
new Blaze shirt, with no name, so we made it up. I don’t believe it ever made
it to the Web Store so… Chalklines it is.
- Gang Ragz $$??
Comments: We’ve heard about the Gang Ragz
line, but nothing has come out…. My sources told me that a box of these
shirts were thrown from the stage at the 2005 Gathering, in Red and Black,
although I never saw a red one. Fast forward to early 2008 – I get an email
from a guy who said that he made these in an attempt to sell some designs
to Psychopathic, and these shirts were given away by him at a Talent Conest
at the Gathering. So sadly, this is NOT an official PSY release. Chris can
mark it off his list as he tries to collect every Blaze shirt ever made.
- Undying $20+
Comments: Everyone loves Blaze, so it’s
only natural that he gets the spotlight at Hot Topic. This shirt features
four little pictures of Blaze on the front, with Tha Undying on the back.
- Block $20+
Comments: This shirt came out on Blaze’s
tour with KMK in late 2005, and then quikly made it to the Web Store.
- Revolver $20+
Comments: Another new Blaze shirt from
the KMK Tour, which quickly found its way onto HatchetGear.com.
- Blaze Flannel
Comments: Blaze getting strong in late
2005, coming with a flannel shirt. It was first available on tour, then on
- Blaze “Down the Barrel”
Comments: No clue what to call this shirt…
or even what the hell the deal on the front it. It looks like you’re looking
down the barrel of a shotgun in the middle there, so… I tried. Anyways,
this was available on the Shaggy solo tour, but hasn’t popped up elsewhere
- Blaze “Half-Face”
Comments: This shirt debuted on HatchetGear.com
in June of 2006, assumingly the start of massive promotions for his CD release.
It features half of his face, hense the name.
- Blaze “Colton”
Comments: This shirt came out at Hot Topic..
I assume in the summer of 2006, but I really don’t know. It’s a Colton Grundy-style
era deal, with a sloppy mix of graphics… and it’s a few years late. But
hey, late Blaze is better than no Blaze, right?
- Blaze “Star Eye”
Comments: This shirt came out at Hot Topic
around July of 2006. Now usually HT merch gets made fun of… but I think
this shirt is pretty hot. It’s hard to go wrong with Big Blaze.
- Clockwork Gray /
Bloody Hands $20+
Comments: The first glimpse of some Clockwork
Gray merch came at the Gathering 2006 with this shirt. It has… an old picture
on the front, which already throws me off. But you have the back, which is
clearly new. Bring on the new Blaze!
- Deluxe G Edition
Comments: Blaze gets his first two classic
albums combined into a Deluxe Edition… and we get a shirt from it, which
debuted at the Gathering 2006. I’m not complaining.
- Tombstone Terror
Dates: August 2 – September 17, 2006
Comments: Blaze’s tour; Blaze’s tour shirt!
Oh yeah! We have a simple design, with the standard dates on the back, and
we have an instant classic for the Dead Man.
- The Many Faces of Blaze
Comments: Blaze has had many faces and
many logos… and they all combine for one shirt. It debuted on the Tombstone
Terror Tour, and eventually made it’s way to the webstore.
- “1 Less G” Face
Comments: From many faces… to one. This
shirt was available on the TT Tour, but it hasn’t been on the webstore or
- Your Grave $20+
Comments: Quite a mystery with this shirt.
I have been told it was sold at Hot Topic but it was never on the HT website
or really on ebay either like most mall shirts are. Theres also a matching
Hoodie with the same graphic.
- Hatchet $20+
Comments: Hot Topic shirt featuring a
new Blaze logo with some axes and blood. Very simple shirt Psychopathic wise.
The back features the slogan “Throw Your Hatchet In The Air”, but no pictures
- RIP $20+
Comments: 1989 was a very sad year for
Blaze, but June 2007 was great for us because of this new shirt debut! The
front features Blaze holding two shovels with “RIP 1989” (the year of his
death) and the ever popular simple hatchetman on the back. It’s about time
Blaze got some new shirt love.
- Never Goin’ Back
Comments: Blaze is indeed a Real G so
he won’t be going back to his casket. The front has a picture of Blaze with
the quote “Never Goin’ Back To My Mutha Fuckin’ Casket” from the 1 Less G
album with a new logo on the back. This debuted with a bang on Hatchetgear
in June 2007.
- Shout $20+
Comments: I don’t quite understand why
it’s called Shout but whatever. This debuted on Hatchetgear in the big merch
boom of June 2007.A new picture of Blaze on the front and the classic Hatchetman
on the back. I love it. Don’t get this confused with his other shirt “Scream”
- Strange Noize
Comments: This isn’t a Psychopathic shirt,
but Blaze is represented on it so it’s here. This is the offical shirt for
the Strange Noize Tour, and features all the logos of the acts that played,
with the dates on the back. I believe this was sold to everyone, and not just
part of the VIP deal.
- Lightining Clock
Versions: 1) Sleeve
Graphic Version $20+
2) Mall Version
Comments: Theres two different versions
of this shirt with the first being sold at the Strange Noize tour in the summer
of 2007 and the second being a mall shirt sold at Hot Topic. The Strange Noize
tour version has a gear graphic on the sleeve while the mall version doesn’t
which is the way to tell them apart.Now I know the mall version has a Hatchetman
in a gear logo on the back but I’m not quite sure about the tour version,
so if you know hit us up.
- It’s Time $20+
Comments: It’s about fucking time Blaze
dropped a new album is what I say. Front sports a inner clockwork design with
the Blaze logo and “It’s Time” on the ass. This was originally sold on the
Strange Noize tour but found it’s way to the 2007 Gathering and the webstore.
- Faces $20+
Comments: Originally sold on the Strange
Noize tour, the front is basically the Clockwork Gray album cover but with
the Blaze logo underneath the faces instead of above.
- Dead $20+
Comments: Debuting on the Strange Noize
tour we got a Blaze face looking like he’s been dead since 1989 on the front
with a demonic looking skull on the back.
- Blood Splatter
Comments: Debuting on the Strange Noize
tour we got the old school pantyhose-esque pictures with blood splatter on
the front with a red hatchetman intertwined with a clock on the back. This
is sure to make new and old fans alike happy.
- Casket Face
Comments: Weird design of Blaze’s face
on a homemad looking casket with RIP above it. This was originally sold at
the 2007 Gathering but later made it’s way to the webstore. This is a bit
similar to another Blaze shirt called “Dead” so don’t get them mixed up.
- Deranged $20+
Comments: Another old school pantyhose
look going on here but way creepier. The right image almost looks like the
original EP cover. This was originally sold at the 2007 Gathering but later
made it’s way to the webstore. I love it.
- City Scape $20+
Comments: Front features Blaze posing
infront of the thing he repesents the best; his city. We also get the small
red hatchetman on the back. This was originally sold at the 2007 Gathering
but later made it’s way to the webstore.
- Skinned $20+
Comments: More Clockwork Gray Blaze merch.
Front features 2 creepy Blaze pictures with a new Psychopathic Records logo
on the back. This debuted on the webstore in late September 2007.
- Omen $20+
Comments: Blaze looking extra creepy infront
of some grave plots ala Metallicas Master Of Puppets on the front and the
Clockwork Gray era Blaze logo on the back. This debuted on the webstore in
late September 2007.
- Buried 6 Feet Deep
Comments: Blaze posing infront of what
appears to be an apartment complex with “Psychopathic Records” on the front
with a hatchetman and “Buried 6 Feet Deep” on the back. Blaze is the only
one who can make wearing a backwards jersey look cool. This debuted on the
webstore in late September 2007.
- Grip $30+
Comments: Blaze busts out his first long
sleeve shirt for us. Front features a picture of the dead man making a new
Blaze face with a blue hatchetman on the back. Both sleeves feature a flaming
Blaze logo for extra flavor. This debuted on the webstore in late September
- Denver Halloween 2007
Comments: Twiztid were originally supposed
to play Denver for Fright Fest on halloween night but had to cancel due to
Monoxides leg injury. Fortunatly for the Denver juggalos Blaze and The ROC
came to the rescue and peformed instead. Information on this shirt was hard
to get so I can only guess obtaining this shirt will be difficult as well.
As of right now we’re not aware of any other new shirts sold at the show but
if you do please hit us up.
- Raise The Dead $20+
Comments: This Blaze shirt which jacks
Vampiro’s old shirt gimmick was sold at the 2007 Big Ballas Christmas Party
and so far no where else. Hopefully that changes in the near future.
- Clockwork Gray Tour
Comments: Blaze tours are always popular
among the kids, and 2008 was no different. Your dead homie set out on a tour
to promote his newest CD, and this shirt is a product of that tour. Enjoy.
- Clockwork Grey $20+
Comments: This was sold on the Clockwork
Gray tour and so far nowhere else. I call this the “Clockwork Grey” shirt
because it combines the color of the shirt and the name of the album together.
Get it? I’m so clever.
- Inner Clock
Comments: This was sold on the Clockwork
Gray tour and so far nowhere else, much to the dissapointment of many.
- Splatter $20+
Comments: I’m telling you Psychopathic
loves to use the “Splatter’ gimmick. This was sold on the Clockwork Gray tour
and so far nowhere else.
- Raiders Logo
Work Shirt $45+
Comments: Blaze finally gets his own work
shirt featuring the good ol’ raiders logo we’ve all grown to love. This debuted
on the webstore in April 2008.
- I Know $20+
Comments: This was first sold at the 2008
Hatchet Attacks show and later on the Dark Lotus Opaque Brotherhood Tour.
Could the next stop be on the webstore?
- Double Deranged
Comments: Mall shirt very similar to the
“Deranged” shirt released last year.
- Shotgun Grip
Comments: This was sold at the 2008 Gathering
but eventually also sold on the webstore and reverts back to the whole “Shotgun”
- Doorway $20+
Comments: This was sold at the 2008 Gathering
but eventually also sold on the webstore.
- Shotgun Revisited
Comments: Theres nothing wrong with going
back to a oldie but goodie when it comes to Blaze shirts. Using a new picture
and the old Shotgun logo from 2004 we get this soon to be classic. This was
sold at the 2008 Gathering but eventually also sold on the webstore.
Versions: 1) Black
Target Workshirt $45+
Comments: Taking a page right out of Public
Enemys handbook comes this great piece available in both a regular t-shirt
and workshirt that both debuted at the 2008 Gathering, although only the T-Shirt
made it’s way to the webstore. Now I personally would have called this “Blaze
Ya Public Enemy” but I’m not the one getting paid to think of the names.
- Gang Rags Tour $20+
Comments: To celebrate the Gang Rags tour,
we have a new tour shirt. If you have any other shirts from this tour, hit
- Back From the Dead
Fright Fest 2013
“I might be dead but…”
Blaze Ya Dead Homie
Dawn of the Dead Homie
New Years Evil 2014
Plain Blaze Ya Dead Homie
Blaze Zombie King
The Zombie King
“Kill em’ All.”
“He Represent the…”
“Straight Outta Detroit.”
Tank Top Blaze